If you want to get your hands on two new games completely free, it's time to try one of these two alternatives that we propose. Don't delay in getting them, they won't be free forever.
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This week, we have two games that, while not blockbuster productions, are quite fun and entertaining. Don’t wait too long to get them, as they won’t be free forever. My advice is to add them to your download queue and, if you’re not planning to play them, you can uninstall them later. At least they’ll be yours forever for free.
Crisis of the Middle Ages
With a rich story and a 90s-style look, Crisis of the Middle Ages will have you on the edge of your seat with over 6-10 hours of intriguing, hilarious, and enjoyable gameplay. Expect the unexpected as creatures and characters in the game have become more self-aware and constantly question their role in the world. Even evil monsters express their frustration with their lives and are known to complain or even quit the battle. This results in some very amusing battles.
Deserted military complex. Hordes of ruthless creatures. You’re here. Your mission is simple – Clear the base so there are corpses of dead monsters.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the the Spanish version